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Freddie Woo tells us: Despite being a well rounded modern man I think women are best off getting married and having a few kids else they'll be absolutely miserable come middle age.

What views do you have that are probably sexist that you believe are true?

(, Sun 27 Dec 2009, 12:23)
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Rape is not gender specific and so could never be sexist. She was clearly a fuckwit.
(, Sun 27 Dec 2009, 22:07, 1 reply)
Although the vast majority of it is carried out by men (women have a few physical disadvantages when it comes to the old Surprise Sex) and with most of them a woman is the victim. That said I really don't see how me saying I was gonna "rape the jukebox" (a dysphemistic way of saying I was gonna use it for my own selfish ends against it's will) bore any relation to the realities of the despicable crime.

The girl obviously saw me as a potential rapist (she's a big feminist and women's officer at a certain university) and was jealous because she (as a woman) was missing out on all the rapey fun that all us men are potentially enjoying.
(, Sun 27 Dec 2009, 22:15, closed)
I'm surprised
she didn't sound her rape alarm at the mere mention of the word and get you arrested with the old q-tip up the japs eye and counselling for the Jukebox.

And here we are generalising again, oops.
(, Sun 27 Dec 2009, 22:29, closed)
i could rape
a kebab
(, Sun 27 Dec 2009, 23:22, closed)
In the UK
Rape can only be committed by a man, the Sexual Offences Act 2003 states that a person commits the offence if - he intentionally penetrates the vagina, anus or mouth of another person (B) with his penis.
A woman commits a sexual assault, but not rape, as defined by Law.

Incidentally, the word "rape" derives from the Latin noun "Raptus" which means abduction, looting or robbery. The verb "Rapto, Raptare" simply means "to seize and carry off or plunder", not necessarily boning someone without their consent, that has grown into the present definition over hundreds of years.
(, Wed 30 Dec 2009, 19:35, closed)

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